Bubblecars and Microcars

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Crowood Press, 2003 - Transportation - 192 pages
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The microcar, in some form, has always been an answer for the motorist with a lack of space and/or money. But although the microcar has its origins in the early years of the twentieth century, its golden era was the 1950s and 60s - the Age of the Bubblecar!In this fascinating book Malcolm Bobbitt traces the history of minimal motoring, from the forecars and cyclecars of the 1920s and 30s, through the bubblecar era, to microcars of our own time, including the fashionable MCC Smart.

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the author has miss-spelt the name WILLAM has used William which is wrong.

Contents

Introduction
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The Search for Minimal Motoring
9
In Time of Need 19461950
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Copyright

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About the author (2003)

Malcolm Bobbitt has a lifelong interest in motor transport. In addition to contributing to various magazines, he is the author of thirty books, some printed in several languages, with subjects ranging from Bubblecars and Microcars, Motorhomes and British Polices Vehicles to marque histories of Citro u00ebn, Fiat, Rolls-Royce, Rover and Volkswagen.

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